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Thread: Best Case For Austin I've Read. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by normaniii View Post
    I'd be devastated with Austin
    What about the success of Darren Sproles, Randall Cobb, Wes Welker don't you appreciate?

    This is the new NFL. Scat backs and slot WR make a huge difference in an offense..
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    Quote Originally Posted by bird33 View Post
    man ross is a damn billionaire. he could easily foot the bill for the stadium upgrades. so we only draft austin cause it helps in the stadium upgrade vote? man you have to be kidding me. i would love to draft austin cause he adds a speed element to this offense thats been missing since the 80"s. i guess if we trade up for an ot that stadium vote is gonna fail miserably..... ridiculous!
    You think he got to be a billionaire by making bad deals?

    You don't own an NFL franchise to make money. It's more of a hobby than anything..
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcnr226 View Post
    There is MUCH merit to what you say CK. It's about mobilizing the fan base, and countering the mobilization that the Billy Corben's and Norman Braman's will pay to ensure.

    I love Jonathan Cooper. I love Sheldon Richardson. But now is not the time for those kind've picks, not with so much riding on popular sentiment..
    I don't know if Sheldon Richardson is a land mine. But I think any guard, or a D.J. Fluker...those are land mines.
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    I will be ecstatic if we draft Austin. Our offense would have the potential to be the most electric it's been in a very long time. I don't care that he's small. I don't care that he's short. He's electric and explosive. I dare teams to stop Austin and Wallace with a decent pass catching TE over the middle, Hartline and/or Bess in the slot.

    Pick your poison.
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    I love that people are now naming every small player (I was going to say fast but I just aw WELKER being mentioned so there goes that) that has had some success being mentioned as reasons we should draft Austin.

    He's a great prospect, but come on guys.
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    Best Case For Austin I've Read. lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy685 View Post
    I love that people are now naming every small player (I was going to say fast but I just aw WELKER being mentioned so there goes that) that has had some success being mentioned as reasons we should draft Austin.

    He's a great prospect, but come on guys.
    I'm not in favor of drafting Austin, but I would understand and be supportive if they did. Look at the effect Sproles had in NO. Do I want him at 12? Personally, rather draft Eifert
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    Quote Originally Posted by Awsi Dooger View Post
    It's a completely different situational landscape than a referendum thrown into a high turnout general election, in which case it would have no chance.
    Yep, most of the people who show up to vote on a referendum are people that are very passionate about it - people who are fans of the team, and people affiliated with the renovations. Your average non-football fan voter (who would likely vote no) wont show up to this one. Ross already has this one in the bag, and this referendum passes no matter who we draft.
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